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Papua New Guinea Shoot

It was great to partner with Harvest Media to film and edit a project for the Seed Company filmed in PNG (Papua New Guinea). Watch the video above [or see it here] and see what the seed company is all about! 

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http://missionaryfilms.com/

http://missionaryfilms.com/ do it! WE MAKE FILMS! 

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Credited on Kroq - American Press Mag - 97 rock. 

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http://kroq.radio.com/ - Maybe the coolest credit yet! Produced / Filmed / Edited. 

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Camera Assistant and Editor. Info ad.

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Super Bowl Ad. Director of Photography - Editor.

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SHOW REEL 2012

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Camera Operator

The Narrow Road is a feature-length film adaptation of John Bunyan’s classic Christian tale, The Pilgrim’s Progress.  First published in 1678, The Pilgrim’s Progress has been called the greatest allegory ever written. The novel is a classic and has sold millions of copies and been translated into over a hundred languages.

This powerful, epic story chronicles the journey of a pilgrim in search of salvation from impending doom.  CHRISTIAN, the pilgrim and the story’s protagonist, must travel an obstacle-filled road wrought with unique, passionate, and even wicked characters on his road to the beautiful CELESTIAL CITY.  The book is a clear allegory of the Christian life and deals with deep theological issues in a simple and powerful way. Audiences that love the book for its message, its simplicity, and its adventure will likely also love this film that remains true to Bunyan’s original story.  Modern cinematic techniques will be used to set the film in a “dreamlike” world, as Bunyan imagined the story, with historical period settings reflecting a fantastic medieval era.

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Independent Lens | Children of Haiti | Trailer | PBS

http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/children-of-haiti/ Premiering Tuesday, January 11. Check local listings:http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/broadcast.html

Follow three, homeless teenagers as they struggle to survive on the streets of Haiti.In the midst of Haiti’s lush mountains and historical relics is an epidemic of over 500,000 orphan children who wander the streets day and night. Known as the “soulless” and forgotten by their own people, they do what they must to survive each day. This film follows three teenage boys who share a common dream of education, government assistance, and social acceptance.

Find out more about Children of Haiti:http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/children-of-haiti/ Learn more about “Independent Lens”:‪http://www.pbs.org/independentlens‬ Watch “Independent Lens” films online: http://video.pbs.org/program/1218239994/

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Jeanne Arkfeld Photography

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Tegu has launched is Mobility line of Magnetic Wooden Cars. To celebrate the launch, Tegu is running a sweepstakes through the end of January, 2012. Learn more at Tegu.com/roll